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  • - Hey guys, this is Austin, and this

  • is about the cleanest gaming laptop you'll ever find.

  • This video is sponsored by Lenovo,

  • and this is the Legion Y7000.

  • So if you guys are not familiar,

  • Legion is Lenovo's gaming brand,

  • and they build some really interesting stuff.

  • First of all, take a look at this laptop,

  • you know what you won't find, RGB,

  • or really anything that sort of screams gamer.

  • This is a very understated design, and I like it.

  • Combine that clean white lighting

  • with the all matte black look,

  • and this is a seriously different gaming laptop.

  • And it's also helped by the fact that this

  • is a nice soft touch material as well.

  • Performance is definitely it's strong suit,

  • with the Y7000, inside you'll find

  • a Core i7-8750H, this is the latest

  • generation 8th gen processor.

  • Which importantly has not only six cores,

  • but also a boost clock of up to 4.1GHz.

  • Now sure, games are becoming more and more multithreaded

  • to take advantage of that six core processor.

  • Where I really notice the biggest difference is in multitasking.

  • Even when I have a ton of programs and tabs up,

  • maybe I'm doing something like installing a game in

  • the background or trying to stream, it does hold up.

  • That i7 is backed up by a full Nvidia GTX 1060,

  • with six gigs of RAM, so this is a really good combination

  • for a gaming laptop like this,

  • especially when it comes to playing at 1080p,

  • the 1060 has absolutely no problems.

  • This 1080p panel is pretty solid,

  • it's a full 15.6 inches and importantly,

  • it does have a pretty brightness

  • of around 300 nits from that IPS display.

  • I will say there are a lot of configurations

  • with this laptop, so my model has 16 gigs of RAM,

  • which is backed up by a 128 gig SSD,

  • and a one terabyte hard drive.

  • But you can option this down to eight gigs of RAM

  • if you want, you can also go for pure SSD storage,

  • and one of the cooler upgrades is a full 144Hz panel.

  • Personally I would opt for that 144Hz display,

  • this actually has enough power to play a lot of games,

  • not only maxed out at 1080p,

  • but well above 60 frames per second.

  • We are not dead yet, that's always a great sign.

  • So Fortnite is absolutely no problem for the system,

  • we're easily able to play at 1080p, with fully maxed settings.

  • And we're getting somewhere in the

  • 70 to 80 frame per second range.

  • That 144Hz panel would absolutely be paying off

  • right now, also did you guys see I didn't die there?

  • - [Matt] Austin, can we seriously play something else?

  • - Wait wait, why not, don't you wanna see more Fortnite?

  • - [Matt] Nooo.

  • - What do you wanna play?

  • - [Ken] Black Ops.

  • - [Matt] Black Ops.

  • - Black Ops, oh, oh I just died,

  • so I guess we have to play Black Ops now, fine.

  • No more Fortnite, look at the settings here.

  • Yo shout out to whoever made this one, Treyarch,

  • this is actually really really nice.

  • We got global illumination qualities, sub surface

  • scattering, wow this is actually a proper PC port.

  • Oh that's a lot of dudes, oh wow are you serious,

  • everyone's dropping right here?

  • Oh this is bad, this is really bad.

  • Listen to those speakers.

  • It actually sounds really good.

  • So this does have Harman Kardon audio,

  • it has a pair of front firing speakers

  • which sound pretty good to me.

  • Performance seems to be pretty solid,

  • so we are running with pretty much full,

  • maxed out settings at 1080p,

  • and right now, I'm getting about 80 frames,

  • the lowest I've really seen though is around the 60 mark,

  • where, where is that coming from?

  • Wow did I actually shoot him?

  • (jazzy music)

  • Wow! Now this is not the thinnest gaming laptop around,

  • but it is fairly portable, it's only a little bit

  • over an inch thick and it weighs about five pounds.

  • Realistically this is a nice sweet spot

  • between a super thin and very expensive gaming laptop,

  • as well as something that's much thicker.

  • It's got good thermals, but it's also something

  • that you can actually, you know, fit in your backpack.

  • Or I don't know, Ken what do you do with gaming laptops,

  • where do you put them?

  • - [Ken] On my desk.

  • (laptop clatters)

  • - Here's the test, I can easily hold the laptop in one hand,

  • no problem, that my friends,

  • is the gaming laptop portability test.

  • One of the interesting design decisions

  • is to slightly raise the screen and the hinge

  • to give more room for the thermals underneath.

  • So basically all of the hot air is being exhausted out the

  • back and it still does leave room for most of your ports.

  • The selection is pretty solid,

  • so there is a USB-C port, which sadly

  • doesn't split Thunderbolt 3, but it's still appreciated.

  • We do have a mini DisplayPort, USB-A,

  • as well as HDMI and gigabit Ethernet.

  • And on the left and right side of the laptop,

  • we have another pair of USB-A ports,

  • giving you a grand total of three.

  • That's especially appreciated because even though

  • it's nice to have a lot of the ports around back,

  • sometimes, you know, you wanna plug in a

  • flash drive to the side of the laptop.

  • The keyboard is classic Lenovo,

  • which is to say it's about as good as it gets for a laptop.

  • Not only do the keys have that nice very familiar shape,

  • but importantly the feel is pretty much on point.

  • Not only for typing, but especially for gaming.

  • The Lenovo Legion Y7000, is a seriously dope gaming laptop.

  • Not only does it have plenty of performance

  • for 1080p gaming and streaming.

  • But importantly not only does it look nice,

  • but it won't break the bank, definitely worth a look.

- Hey guys, this is Austin, and this

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